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The Victoria Inn


With a history spanning nine centuries, this striking, pink-washed village inn is probably Cornwall's oldest public house. Decorated with seafaring memorabilia, its typically Cornish, stone-walled bar attracts families strolling up from Perran Sands and walkers from the South West Coastal Path. Cornish real ales, lager and cider have a complete monopoly in the wood-fire-warmed, softly lit bar; outside is a Mediterranean-style patio garden. Chef-proprietor Stewart Eddy (who runs the pub with his wife, Anna) cooks AA Rosette-standard local fish, seafood, meats and other quality dishes featuring on a menu listing honey-roasted duck breast and confit leg; slow-cooked pork belly and roasted pork fillet with black pudding; Provenšal fish stew; and roasted tomatoes, aubergines and olives with crispy polenta. Lunch possibilities are chargrilled rib-eye steak; St Buryan pork sausages with bubble-and-squeak; and ham, free-range eggs and chips. Overnight guests can stay in smart en suite bedrooms.

Further information

Tel: 01736 710309
Please quote 'The AA'.
Send an email

Principal beers

Sharp's Doom Bar, St Austell Tribute, Skinner's Betty Stogs, Cornish Chough Serpentine


All day all week


25 Dec


Children welcome.
Dog friendly.
No coach parties catered.



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Exit A394 (Penzance to Helston road), signed Perranuthnoe

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